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Seas Suas welcomes core funding but urges childcare sector caution

Seas Suas, the organisation representing independent and early learning and full day care providers, has welcomed the introduction of Core Funding and the Employment Regulation Order (ERO) by the Government - however, the organisation is also calling on the Government to increase capitation for all services delivering the ECCE scheme.

Prestigious award nomination for Grovelands Childcare Plus CEO

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Regina Bushell, CEO, Grovelands Childcare Plus, has been shortlisted for Image Magazine’s CEO of the Year award.

Seas Suas implores key worker status for early years professionals

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Seas Suas, the representative organisation for independent early education and childcare providers, has called for early years professionals to be classified as ‘key workers’ in the Government’s vaccine rollout programme.

Financial stimulus package afforded to childcare is not wholly sufficient

Founder and Managing Director of Grovelands Childcare, Athlone businesswoman, Regina Bushell, in her capacity as Chairperson of Seas Suas, the representative voice for independent early learning and care providers in Ireland, is advocating further additional financial assistance for the sector following the announcement by the Government of a €75 million stimulus package prior to the reopening of relevant service facilities on June 29.

Seas Suas host very successful childcare conference in Athlone

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Athlone entrepreneur, Regina Bushell, was a keynote speaker as Seas Suas, the representative body for early learning and care providers, held its annual conference in the Sheraton Athlone Hotel on Saturday last.

Parents suffering due to a lack of childcare

A new survey has found almost three out of ten parents (28 per cent) could not attend work or have missed out on new job opportunities because they could not access childcare.

Positive thinking from NUIG students for university Mental Health Week

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The importance of good mental health, the need to remove any and all stigmas attached to it, and promoting wellness, are the aims of NUI Galway’s Mental Health Week runs from Monday February 29 to Sunday March 6.

 

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